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Whilst Absinthe makes the heart grow fonder (a poem)

Author: Patrick Bruskiewich
Subject: poem; absinthe; Vincent van Gogh
Language: English
Collection: pythagoraspublishing; additional_collections


A poem about the impressionist painter Vincent van Gogh, using some of his own words ...

Remember me when I am gone

and colour not my story.

In life I was a soul forgone,

In death, sun’s flowers are my glory

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